No.81087751 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Are Pinebook Pros less botnet than your average consumer laptops with intel/ryzen chips? Am i going to be a lot more anonymous with this thing?

No.81087329 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Based crab god keeps on giving
>Orion is a high level, purely functional Lisp dialect written in Rust.

/hpg/ - headphone general

No.81079603 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
end game edition
post your end game
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No.81086822 ViewReplyOriginalReport
SSDs were the only meaningful hardware innovation in the past decade.
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help uncover a mystery

No.81087875 ViewReplyOriginalReport
while checking archives I found this thread from 2018

thread claims of files appearing on their system and at least one is uploaded as a desktop screenshot

>system cannot be identified
>os cannot be identified but looks to be linux/android based
>time format shows some type of an error occurring into the future on the 4th of April 2024
>unknown browser, fs:/ protocol, icon set
> doesn't exist, domain is for sale
>4k resolution device
>original file name of screenshot is _h733e2024.png

does anyone know anything about this or can help identify anything from this screenshot
elaborate trolling, corporate system or something else?

No.81084436 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Out of the loop for 5 years
What is /g/'s go to mouse these days?
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/dpt/ - Daily Programming Thread

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Previous thread: >>81075631
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/pcbg/ - PC Building General

No.81077089 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Substrate shortage to affect all foundries

Post complete specs including monitor

State budget, region, and monitor specs
List use cases (e.g. gaming, editing, rendering)
Assemble a preliminary parts list:

Budget Workstation/Web Browsing: Pentium G6400, Athlon 3000G
Mid-range Productivity: i7 10700K, R7 3700X
High-end Productivity: i9 10850K, R9 5900X
Budget Gaming: i3 10100F
Mid-range Gaming: i5 10400, i5 11400
High-end Gaming: R5 5600X, i5 11600K (Gear 1)

Budget 1080p: Used RX 470/570 4GB
Mid-range 1080p: RTX 2060, RX 5600 XT
High-end 1080p : RTX 3060, RX 5700 XT
Mid-range 1440p: RTX 3060 Ti, RX 6700 XT
High-end 1440p/2160p: RTX 3080

Capacity: 2x8GB or 2x16GB
Speed and CAS Latency: 3200/3600MHz CL16
Beware: Some Intel motherboards (e.g. H410, B460) are limited to lower speeds


Basic Web Browsing: 400-450W
Gaming: 500-850W depending on GPU (aim for 50-75% at load)

OS Drive: NVMe with TLC NAND + DRAM cache



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No.81084900 ViewReplyOriginalReport
I think that this will be a fine language.
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No.81087945 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Was it really that bad?

Amazon is in the driver seat of Rust

No.81083396 ViewReplyOriginalReport
No more mozilla
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/ptg/ - Private Tummy General

No.81084442 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
>Not sure what private trackers are all about?
The mission of /ptg/ is to promote the highest possible standards of tracker service by providing members with opportunities for professional development, by recognizing technical competence through examinations and by advancing the interests of its members.

>Have a question?
- PYRAMID (Updated 2021-01-16)

Use >>>/g/ptg as a link to find the /ptg/ thread.

>Remember the following:
>It doesn't matter if you use the same username in different trackers, the staff still share your IP with each other.
>Staff is reading, being /marked/ is NOT a meme.
>Don't ask for invites, it's private for a reason.
>If starting out you should interview for RED, rank to elite, wait on account age and get invites from there. THAT'S IT THAT IS ALL YOU HAVE TO DO
>If you want to rank up on RED, spam recent deezer shit with deemix/smloadr.

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/emg/ - Friendly Emacs/LISP general

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Early 404 Ed

>General Emacs resources (GNU Emacs Manual) (Emacs Wiki) (Big List of Packages)

C-h t (Interactive Tutorial) (GNU Emacs Tour) ((Youtube) General Introduction) ((Youtube) Org Mode) ((Youtube) Advanced Configuration)

>(Self) Documentation
C-h k (Keybinds)
C-h f (Functions)
C-h v (Variables)
C-h i (Assorted Manuals)

>Premade Configs
=Make your own= (Doom Emacs) (Spacemacs (heavy)) (Witchmacs (Basic config with sane defaults)) (Prelude (Basic starter kit))
>Managing Multiple Configs (Profile switcher)

>Reduce Startup Time
use-package defer (Native Compilation, experimental)

>Changing Default Keybinds
>Programming resources for Emacs Lisp, Common Lisp, Scheme and Clojure:

If there seems to be a bug (or complicated issue), anons may ask you to compose an MWE (minimum working example).
To create an MWE, try the following:
1) start emacs with "emacs -q". This disables your init.
2) try to reproduce your issue with as few settings changed and packages (manually) loaded as possible.
These steps ensure that other anons can replicate your problem if it's something more involved. Sometimes you even find the cause yourself this way, too!

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No.81088010 ViewReplyOriginalReport
does luke have a discord or similar?

emailed him but he didnt respond. i can infer that he would despise it because it is proprietary and centralized (even worse, centralized to bad faith actors who hate him/he hates etc etc)

if not does anyone have any good ones in a similar vein? the ones I am in are all HOT garbage

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